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Tally Code Camp is an annual event put on by the Tallahassee developer community. Developer sessions throughout the day will give you the chance to enhance your career and dig deeper into your current interests. Ryan Kopinsky, co-founder of Shop X, is the Keynote speaker. Breakfast and lunch is provided for attendees. This is a great opportunity to learn about new technology and connect with local technology companies. All proceeds from the raffle at the after party, from 6pm-12am at Pockets Pool & Pub located at 2810 Sharer Road, will benefit The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Bend.
The Rowdy ‘Rauder Adventure Challenge (RRAC) is a team event held on Maclay School’s 100 acre campus. Racers will encounter unique challenges all along Maclay’s tree lined campus. All Rowdy ‘Rauder Teams must have 4 members. The RRAC is for athletes and non-athletes alike. Participants should be able to traverse rugged trails, run/jog short distances, dog paddle in a pool and embrace team work with a healthy sense of humor!
Each team will determine their pace and course strategy. Teams need to select a team name (the more creative the better) and are strongly encouraged to wear creative team “uniforms.” All team member will receive a race t-shirt, race medal and race swag bag. The winning team members will each receive a hand welded, 22 gauge steel viking helmet complete with authentic cattle horns and leather ear flaps.
Along with an overall winning team, teams will be recognized in a variety of categories such as: BEST TEAM NAME, BEST DRESSED, ROWDIEST AND MORE!
The race will start at 9:00 am on Saturday, October 25 with check in beginning at 7:30 am – please note that all team members must be present for the team to check in. It should take approximately +/- 1.5 hours to finish the course. There will be a post race celebration with DJ Willie Brown, a variety of food trucks and shaved ice. Winners will be recognized and awards presented.
Take advantage of this once-a-year event. Local Farms are opening their doors and inviting you to come see them in action. Each farm is offering something special. Families can enjoy tours that include barnyard animals, fresh-baked goods and refreshments. You can attend a workshop on beekeeping, see community gardening in action, or talk to farmers who are committed to organic production. Visit working cattle and goat ranches, a dairy or a winery. And of course, purchase amazingly fresh goods directly from the farm.
For more information about each farm you can visit on the tour, including their hours of operation during the Farm Tour dates, please view the 7th annual New Leaf Farm Tour brochure. Copies of this brochure are available at various locations around town such as at New Leaf Market and in local FSU Credit Union branches.
Eat, Drink and Live Local
What’s the best way to ensure the freshest, tastiest, most awesome food? Buy it directly from the source! Which is why New Leaf Market Co-op proudly carries a large selection of local products. Supporting local growers and producers ensures that people who love the land, who protect their livestock, and who produce delicious, safe and healthy products, are the ones creating your food. Get to know your local farmers and producers and learn first hand how quality food and products are created. Invest in yourself, invest in your community, buy local.
- Bring a map or GPS.
- Bring water and sunscreen.
- Bring a cooler. You’ll be able to buy produce, eggs, meat and other products at the farms.
- Please, no pets!
- Please do not visit the farms before or after their set hours.
- Please do not enter private homes.
Miles for Mason 5K and Fun Run is a fundraiser to help the family of Mason who was taken from this life way too soon. If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about the family and cause of this community event when you read this article.
The Department of Environmental Protection’s Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park and the Friends of Maclay Gardens Inc. would like to invite the public to see the display of one of a kind scarecrows during the month of October.
There are a few spots still available for Boy Scouts to participate in the Robotics Merit Badge program next Saturday, October 25. Scouts will learn about robot safety, career opportunities, and how to design, build, program, and test robots. Upon completion of the program, Boy Scouts are eligible to receive the Robotics Merit Badge. For registration information, visit the link below or call 850-645-7777.
3 Miles of running, insane obstacles, deep mud pits, music, and beer!!
Dirty shoes are complimentary and fun is guaranteed!!
Go to the main website for pricing info and a link to registration! www.avagomudrun.com
Have you dreamed of strolling through a French Country Flea Market picking through a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds? Do you wish to fill your home with the delights that you see in the pages of your favorite flea market or cottage inspired magazines?
The 3rd Annual “French Country Flea Market”, celebrating the 3-year anniversary of Sweet South Cottage, will be held Saturday, October 25, 2014 and will feature numerous vendors showcasing antique and vintage curiosities, hand-painted and hand-made furniture, architectural salvage, up-cycled treasures, hand-made jewelry, local art, locally made soap, children’s clothing and accessories and mouth-watering delights. In 2013, there were over vendors and many of your friends and neighbors stopped by to enjoy the day and purchased many wonderful treasures.
There will be free painting demos on the hour demonstrating the usage of Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan. The demos will be located in our studio. Free Parking. Please share the event with all your friends!
The event is held in a lovely country setting in front of a magnificent Queen Anne Victorian home at: 6007 Veterans Memorial Drive (Highway 59), located in Eastern Leon County.
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